October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Darling Group's Higher Ground (650 Little Bourke St, Melbourne), Top Paddock (658 Church St, Richmond) and The Kettle Black (50 Albert Road South, Melbourne) will be coming to the party with a fundraiser for the Think Pink Foundation, and there's a lot you can do to to help by simply enjoying their slightly pinker than usual offerings. A bright pink hotcake will replace its traditional counterpart, losing none of its delicious taste. The iconic blueberry and ricotta hotcake is topped with fresh seasonal berries, maple syrup, double cream and a sprinkle of seeds and grains. Touted as the most instagrammable breakfast in Melbourne for its beautiful presentation, take lots of pics of your delicious dish and share it on social media for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, tagging the restaurant in your post.
These Pretty in Pink Hotcakes that are good for the soul and for those in need will be available 7 days a week from 5-31 October 2022 for $28 a pop, with a portion of all hotcakes sales being donated to the aforementioned charity. Make October your pink hotcake breakfast month and help a worthy cause. Too busy to stop for breakfast? Pick up a takeaway coffee with a hot pink lid at Top Paddock, Higher Ground, The Kettle Black, Darling Cafe (2 Darling St, Melbourne), Dundas & Faussett (111 Dundas Place, Albert Park) and Mornington Peninsula's Stringers (2-8 Ocean Beach Road, Sorrento). Throughout the same period, a portion of these coffee sales will be donated to the Think Pink Foundation.